Mental Health Resources
Everyone needs support at different times of their lives. Sometimes it’s a traumatic event, mounting bills, job loss, college classes, or the overall stress from life that may make it difficult to cope. While navigating life challenges and unexpected transitions, you may need assistance developing the tools and skills while discovering your own capacity for growth.
Chesapeake College has joined forces with For All Seasons Inc. to offer support and therapy for our students via telehealth or in person on the Wye Mills campus.
A licensed therapist can assist you with a variety of issues, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, grief, peer relationship challenges, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and low self-esteem. For All Seasons accepts all insurances and offers special programs for students who have a financial need.
Remember, you are not alone. We are here to help.
For All Seasons (Mental Health Service Provider) has office hours on the Wye Mills Campus.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact For All Seasons at 410-822-1018 to schedule and request “services on the Chesapeake College Campus”.
If you need immediate assistance for a mental health or a sexual assault crisis, contact For All Season’s 24-hour confidential hotline, and indicate that you are a "Chesapeake College Student."
English / Español Text: 410-829-6143
Para espanol llame o envie un mensaje de texto al: 410-829-6143.
Suicide Prevention Lines
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
Deaf & Hearing Impaired (TTY): 800-799-4889
National Suicide Prevention TEXT line: Text "TALK" to 741741
Trevor Project (LGBTQ): 866-488-7386
Eastern Shore Mobile Crisis: 888-407-8018
The Behavioral Intervention Team
If you are concerned about the mental health or safety of yourself or someone else on campus, we encourage you to make a referral to our Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT). Our team will explore the resources available and coordinate confidentially to help resolve the issue. This could involve referral to mental health services, or other actions depending on the information received. For more information about the Behavioral Intervention Team, or to make a referral, explore their webpage here.
Students are expected to behave in a way that is conscious of the rights and safety of others and the community. A healthy college community is defined by students who are aware of the importance of maintaining a respectful and diverse academic environment. It is the mission of Chesapeake College to establish and maintain an environment in which all members of the college community can work or participate in college education programs and activities free from all forms of sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Sexual misconduct in any form will not be tolerated by the College.
“Sexual misconduct” is an umbrella term that encompasses various types of prohibited conduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Sexual harassment includes both verbal and nonverbal behaviors aimed to objectify someone because of their gender, to provide favorable treatment in exchange for sexual activities, or
to display unwanted sexual advances (NASEM, 2018). Sexual harassment can lead to hostile work and learning environments, victims having to change their behavior to protect themselves, and, overall, contributes to a lack of safety
(Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, 2021). For additional information about sexual harassment, visit www.mcasa.org.